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Let's Investigate - Woodland Footprints

These exciting and tactile footprint stones will inspire children in their investigative play and learning outside. Each stone has the raised footprint of an animal on one side and an image of the animal indented in the other: fox, squirrel, rabbit, frog, deer, hawk, owl and mouse. They are made from a unique stone mix which makes them durable throughout the outdoors and in all weathers!

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